It is the smallest of the rooms of our B & B but it has its own bathroom and it has the ability to communicate internally with the Gray room (if needed).
It is characterized from the color BLUE because it is one of the colors that best characterize your stay in Rome. In fact the climate of Rome is particularly pleasant throughout the year and even the winter days are often characterized by a warm sun and a sky of intense blue.
Do not forget the presence of the river Tiber, in which the Romans were bathing waters up to 70 years ago, with its 30 bridges connecting the various districts that were born in that time. Starting from the north, the most famous are certainly:
- Ponte Milvio present since 207 BC, now known for the tradition of lovers to close a padlock to seal their love;
- Music bridge, the youngest, linking the cultural area of the Auditorium (music theater) of Renzo Piano and the modern art museum MAXXI with the sports area of the Foro Italico;
- Ponte Sant’Angelo of 134 BC, which connects pagan Rome to religious Vatican City;
- The Tiber island bridges (Ponte S. Bartolomeo and the Ponte dei Quattro Capi than half of the first century BC, which connect the city center with the popular Trastevere neighborhood.
The Tiber river was navigable up to the fourth century BC thanks to its proximity to the sea era. But as time goes marinas held there were more and more used to the only crossing of the river or river transport between various points of the city. The only ones to hold out longer were the Port of Ripetta, which received the “longboats” from the north and remember the famous Bernini fountain in Piazza di Spagna, and the Ripa Grande Porto, which also came sailing ships from the sea.
Following the course of the Tiber you get to the sea, which is now 30 km from Rome, and connected with a subway from Ostiense Station.